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CRP General Signup

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The Farm Service Agency is reporting that a general signup is anticipated in late summer in the 2010 Conservation Reserve Program. Consequently, producers with expiring CRP contracts may want to apply for the General Signup to determine whether the existing CRP can be re-enrolled. The FSA is also reporting that producers are inquiring about early land preparation on CRP ground ... Read More »

Postal Service Expands Prescription Mail Back

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WASHINGTON — Veterans will be able to safely dispose of expired and unused prescriptions and help the environment at the same time under a program offered by the U.S. Postal Service and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This pilot program is limited to an estimated 780,000 veterans living in Baltimore, Washington, DC, and West Virginia. Veterans mail back outdated, ... Read More »

Furlough Friday, This Friday

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This Friday court rooms all across the State of Kansas will literally be shut down…No services will be available to the public. Because of the state budget crunch, it has been mandated by the State Supreme Court that Court Service Employees be placed on unpaid involuntary leave – or furloughed. This Friday, April 9th is the first of 4-Fridays in ... Read More »

Hanover Linn Barnes Schools discuss cost saving ideas

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USD 223 Community Budget Meetings   Approximately One hundred sixty people attended the USD 223 community meetings held on March 29th & 30th in Linn and Hanover.  After hearing the possible reductions in state funding for the 2010-2011 school year, community members worked in small groups to brainstorm cost saving ideas for the district. As Superintendent of Schools, I was ... Read More »

Statewide tornado drill postponed

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The statewide tornado drill scheduled for Tuesday in Kansas has been postponed because of a small risk of severe weather.  The National Weather Service postponed the drill Monday to avoid any confusion. Thunderstorms are possible in parts of the state Tuesday. The drill is now scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The National Weather Service and the State Emergency Management Agency ... Read More »

Storm Spotter training course available

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Axtell American Legion will host a storm spotter training course on March 8th.  The course will begin at 7 p.m.   The course is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about storm systems and to those interested in becoming an official National Weather Service Reporter.  For more information about the course contact Marshall County Emergency Management Director Bill ... Read More »

Kansas Wheat Prediction Up Slightly

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Better than expected is the latest word used to describe the estimated Kansas wheat harvest. That’s what a new report from Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service is saying. The latest estimate predicts the Kansas crop will come in at around 300-million bushels. That number represents about a 3% increase over the forecast made about a month ago. By the way, that’s ... Read More »